The collaborative photo-remixing app Dubble has just received its first major update, a couple of months after its launch on iOS.

Inspired by double-exposure photography, Dubble lets you shoot an image and have it mixed with a random photo taken by another user. It lets you download or share your Dubble image, or “redubble” your images to create images that mimic multiple-exposure photos.

Through its second major update, Dubble has gained a couple of enhancements that, as the Dubble team puts it, make you want to go, “I want to make images like these!”

First, for new users, there are new introductory screens that both tell the basics of Dubble and show some of the best of Dubble.

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And more of the best of Dubble can be found in the new Discover section, which showcases the most amazing and inspiring images handpicked from the Dubble community.

The new Dubble update also adds a new shortcut button called “redubble and delete.” As its name suggests, it lets you redubble and delete an image at the same time.

Also including some under-the-hood fixes, the new version of Dubble is available now in the App Store for free. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later.